Welcome to Teneo, AAMFT’s online learning system. Teneo means “to understand” in Latin and this system is designed to help you do just that. Providing you access to hours of online education related to various topics with a focus on systems and relational therapies, Teneo is a great resource for MFTs and other mental health professionals seeking continuing education credits.

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13 Reasons Why NotSpeaker(s): Andrea Wittenborn, Pamela Fine, Riley Juntti, Dylan Koss Suicide rates have risen dramatically, making it the second leading cause of death for adolescents. In 2017, a national conversation on suicide was triggered by the Netflix release of 13 Reasons Why. While the series raised awareness, professionals were concerned that 13 Reasons Why- which included a three-minute suicide scene-could negatively affect at-risk youth.1.25L1901
2015 Code of Ethics: Emerging Issues in MFT PracticeCE Credits: 1.50 Speaker(s): Waymon R. Hinson, PhD; James P. Morris, PhD This webinar will provide attendees with information about the following Standards in the AAMFT Code of Ethics: Standard III: Professional Responsibility; Standard VI: Technology-Assisted Professional Services; Standart VII: Professional Evaluations Lead presenter, Waymon Hinson, PhD, will be joined by Roberta Graham, MMFT, to discuss the revisions Standards III, as well as the new additions to the Code, Standard VI and Standard VII, and to address your questions on what the revisions might mean for your practice.1.5L926
2015 Code of Ethics: Managing Information in the Practice...CE Credits: 1.50 Speaker(s): James P. Morris, PhD This webinar will provide attendees with information about the revisions to the Preamble in the AAMFT Code of Ethics, as well as the following Standards in the AAMFT Code of Ethics: Standard II: Confidentiality; Standard V: Research and Publication; Standart IX: Advertising Lead presenter, James Morris, PhD, will be joined by Waymon Hinson, PhD, and Roberta Graham, MMFT, to discuss the revisions to the Preamble and these Standards and to address your questions on what the revisions might mean for your practice.1.5L925
2015 Code of Ethics: Responsibilities to Clients and Sup...CE Credits: 1.50 Lead presenter, Dale Bertram, PhD, will be joined by Waymon Hinson, PhD, and Roberta Graham, MMFT, to discuss the revisions to these Standards and to address your questions on what the revisions might mean for your practice. This webinar will provide attendees with information about the revisions to the following Standards in the AAMFT Code of Ethics: Standard I: Responsibility to Clients Standard IV: Responsibility to Students and Supervisees Standard VIII: Financial Arrangements1.5L924
Addressing Partner Violence: A Biopsychosocial ApproachSpeaker(s): Jonathan Wilson, Damon Rappleyea, Andrew Brimhall, Jennifer Hodgson Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a pervasive public health problem with serious health consequences. Previous efforts to address IPV have often neglected members of at-risk populations (e.g., LGBT, racial/ethnic minority groups). Many clinicians opt not to screen for IPV. The purpose of this institute is to equip MFTs to identify clients experiencing IPV and to respond through a biopsychosocial-spiritual lens. No Handouts provided. 3.5L1908
Adolescent and Family Therapy: Evidence Based TreatmentCE Credits: 4.50 Speaker(s): Howard A. Liddle, EdD Therapists often view evidence-based therapies with skepticism or trepidation. Some consider these approaches as irrelevant to real world clinical work. Addressing these issues head-on and in a practical way, this presentation describes a modular approach to understanding and using an evidence-based treatment. Using a new training video, the presentation illustrates the four core modules of multidimensional family therapy (MDFT), an evidence-based approach for adolescents. We cover the needed knowledge base, change theory, clinical methods, and desirable during-treatment processes within the adolescent, parent, family, and extrafamilial modules of MDFT.4.5L1502
Advancing the Profession: Integrating Common FactorsCE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Eli A. Karam, PhD; Adrian J. Blow, PhD This workshop will focus infusing a common factors (CF) approach into MFT training and professional development. Participants will understand the clinical and empirical rationale behind a moderate CF perspective, see several examples of established common factor courses in COAMFTE masters and doctoral programs, and learn specific CF teaching, supervisory, and clinical strategies related to MFT Core Competencies.2L1736
Affirmative Care with Transgender/Gender Diverse YouthCE Credits: 1.00 Speaker(s): Daran Shipman Mental health professionals have a unique role to play in medical, legal, and social gender transition options. Drawing from contemporary research and clinical practice, this webinar will provide critical information for mental health clinicians to begin and/or incorporate affirmative practices with transgender/gender diverse youth and their families. 1L1900
Affirming Bisexuality: Individual & Relational TherapyCE Credits: 3.00 This session will explore the meaning and requisites of affirmative therapy, increase participants’ understanding of the bisexual identity, and discuss clinical considerations for working with bisexual clients individually and relationally. Participants will reflect upon personal experiences, beliefs, and assumptions, contemplate the distinctive experiences of bisexual people, and apply this insight to recognize and meet the therapeutic needs of bisexual clients.3L1525
Alcohol Problems in Intimate RelationshipsCE Credits: 4.00 This course is a resource for marriage and family therapists, who in their clinical work are likely to see clients who are experiencing, or are at-risk of experiencing, alcohol-related problems. Participants will read the book "Alcohol Problems in Intimate relationships: Identification and Intervention - A Guide for Marriage and Family Therapists" by Linda J. Roberts, Ph.D. and Barbara S. McCrady, Ph.D. After reading the text, participants will return to this site to take the online test. Book sold seperately.4L700
Alzheimer's Review: Coping with Losing a Loved OneCE Credits: 1.50 Speaker(s): Terry D. Hargrave, PhD This webinar provides an overview of Alzheimer’s in the United States as well as effective treatment strategies to help families cope with the diagnosis, loss, and grief. Therapeutic methods of life review and life validation as well as reconciliation will be discussed and demonstrated through discussion and role-plays.1.5L918
Applying Harm Reduction to Couple and Family TherapyCE Credits: 1.50 Speaker(s): Demetrius Marcoulides Harm reduction is a client-guided, practical, and flexible framework that therapists can apply to families dealing with drug use. This non-judgmental approach is an alternative to traditional AA/NA models and helps family members collaborate on goal setting while creating buy-in and engagement in therapeutic processes. This workshop will define harm reduction, apply it to MFT, and introduce techniques for practice.1.5L1504
Artificial Intelligence and the Future of MFTSpeaker(s): Aaron Cohn and Katherine Hertlein Artificial Intelligence is transforming every part of our profession, including process, training, research, and delivery. Understanding the reciprocal influence of A.I. and client systems requires a systemic lens. To help position MFTs as leaders in this technological revolution, our presentation provides both an overview of state-of-the-art computerized psychotherapy and an examination of how AI technologies already influence client systems. 1L1916
Becoming Better Therapists: Intervention Science in MFTCE Credits: 2.00 Speaker(s): Ryan B. Seedall, PhD; Adrian J. Blow, PhD; Karen S. Wampler, PhD; Andrea K. Wittenborn, PhD; Guy S Diamond, PhD; Quintin Hunt, MS There is a substantial amount of high quality, clinically-relevant intervention science occurring within MFT. This workshop will highlight some of that great work that is being done and how it can enhance clinical effectiveness. Specifically, it will feature a panel of five MFT scholars who will summarize their intervention work while also identifying the many potential avenues for additional research.2L1727
Best Practices in Online Practice of Family TherapyCE Credits: 1.00 Speaker(s): Benjamin E. Caldwell, PsyD In this webinar to further explore the guidelines, Dr. Ben Caldwell will describe the work of the Online Therapy workgroup, and how the group was able to develop such clear and specific guidelines for MFTs working online. He'll review how those best practices can be used to develop or update an online practice. Finally, he will respond to member questions about online couple and family therapy. If you are working online now, are planning to start soon, or are considering the possibility for your future, this webinar will help you understand the steps that go along with working online.1L1706
Between Two WorldsCE Credits: 1.00 Speaker(s): John Bul Dau Upon arriving to the States in 2001, John Bul Dau was quickly thrust into the complications of the American life. With keen insight, Dau will share the cultural and material differences he faced upon arrival to the U.S. He recounts the shock of his tribal culture colliding with life in America and the challenges of making a new life for himself while keeping one eye on Sudan. He will help us understand the struggles many first generation refugees face and how participants can help refugees adjust to life in a new country.1LKEYNOTE8
Bipolar Disorder Diagnosis and Treatment Strategies for MFTsCE Credits: 4.00 Speaker(s): Michael G. Pipich, MS Bipolar disorder patients wait an average of nearly 10 years for proper treatment. In this presentation, participants will learn bipolar diagnostic applications and a three-phase approach to bipolar therapy. Techniques to treat denial and improve acceptance among bipolar patients and families are presented, along with collaborative and educational models to improve treatment outcomes towards long term disease management.4L1710
Bridging Two Worlds: MFTs and Pediatric OncologyCE Credits: 1.00 Speaker(s): Morgan Stinson, Andrea Meyer, Bowden Templeton, Deepu George, and Anna Hernandez With the substantial growth of medical family therapy (MedFT), there remains a need for specialized training in unique medical settings. MedFTs often struggle with how to infuse brief systemic work, adapt to patients needs, while also collaborating with a variety of healthcare providers. This workshop discusses key strategies and relevant interventions for working in a pediatric oncology setting.1L1720
Brief Assessment: Working Effectively with Sex IssuesSpeaker: Martha Kauppi Sex issues are often complex, overlapping, distressing, and confusing for all. This forum will introduce an original brief assessment tool that offers a concise, elegant method of sorting information, understanding interconnected symptoms, identifying potentially dangerous medical issues, making skilled referrals, and prioritizing treatment. In this skills-based presentation, demonstration and Q&A will help increase confidence by applying the material right away. 1L1909
Building a Solid Base for Practicing in a Healthcare SettingCE Credits: 1.50 Speaker(s): Jennifer L. Hodgson, PhD; Angela L. Lamson, PhD; Tai J Mendenhall, PhD Attendees looking to collaborate more with medical providers or seek employment in medical settings will want to attend this anchoring workshop. Foundational theories and frameworks will be presented that support successful integration with medical providers. Critical differences in medical and mental health cultures known to impact successful integration will be clarified. Attendees will learn about a continuum that helps track the ways they build and expand their practices and skills.1.5L1711

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